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on this thursday evening. here is a big one. fox newspersonnality geraldo rivera made a big announcement on his show. >> i am and i've been in touch with some people in the republican party in new jersey. i'm truly contemplating running for senate against frank laute lautenberg or cory booker. >> jennifer: as a republican, of course. we went on to say that he would make nationalizing stop and frisk like they're doing in new york, as part of his platform. i wonder what other interesting ideas he has? past prologue? well here are some moments from his past that might shed light on his positions in the future. >> we don't know. this is an adventure that you and i are going to be taking together. [ explosion ] >> when all was said and done all i found was an old begin bottle. [ yelling ] >> jennifer: flying chairs broken noses empty vaults. there has not been a new jersey republican senator since the 1970s. i'm just guessing if geraldo is the nominee that trend is going to continue. believe it or not a lot of people dream of working with the government, and it's a good thing. and for all those peop
,000 to the red cross to help victims of soup storm sandy. geraldo riff yar is considering a run for the senate in new jersey in 2014. so that could become a race against newark mayor corey booker who already said he's interested in running for the democratic nomination for that same senate seat. >>> the federal election commission reports that president obama raised over $738 million for the 2012 campaign. final pricetag for the entire 2012 election totals $7 billion. that's a new high. >>> but a new poll says trusting government is at a new low. 53% of americans say they believe the federal government threatened their personal rights and freedoms. >>> and that's your morning dish of "scrambled politics." >>> and now for your morning look at the weather. we turn to bill karins. good morning. >> good morning. this is a happy friday. >> it is happy friday. we have super bowl weekend. >> a lot to look forward to. >> good weather to look forward to? >> i don't know. that's not the point. good morning, everyone. we do have very cold air once again to talk about. we have snow chances over the next t
. geraldo rivera is considering running for u.s. senate in new jersey. the 69-year-old made the announcement on his radio show. >>> and bradley cooper is using his celebrity to draw attention to mental illness at a washington news conference. in his movie, "silver linings playbook" he plays a man with bipolar disorder. he and patrick kennedy are holding a news conference to talk about the stigma attached to mental illness. >> this is something that needs to be addressed. and spoken about. so that people can feel more comfortable to come clean. and pat solotano is a guy in this movie who we watch. we watch grow because he feels more comfortable. >> and if you read only one thing this morning, my must-read poses a comment about tipping and a comment that led to a waitress getting fired. it's getting a huge response on our facebook page. ann harrington writes that minister should be ashamed. uncharitable and unkind and now the world knows. >> you can join the conversation at facebook/jansingco and don't forget to like us. teaching theg begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe h
of the mentally ill. in the 1970s we had gone too far another way. geraldo rivera made his career by showing some of the abuses in the system. the problem is now the pupbd ooh hrupl has gone too far the other way. the system has been hraurd up with trial lawyers, the aclu and all of the rest and we now have a system partly just because of bureaucratic inefficiency, the virginia tech shooter, jerod laughner, the aurora shooting, if the system would have been working properly all would have been reported and red flagged that. seems to mow where the real political consensus was on all of this. but instead everybody wanted to talk about guns instead. martha: here is the problem, dr. ablow. everybody feels you don't want to look somebody up who is not violent. pretty soon we'll be in a situation where everybody who is unstable runs the risk of being taken away. how do you get to the crux of this problem in a legal way that prevents some people, frankly from being on the street at all? >> first of all, civil liberties have to be protected. so when you move in the direction of helping people psychiatric
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